Historical Attractions

CN Tower Toronto

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CN Tower
301 Front Street West
Toronto
ON
M5V2T6
Tel: (416) 868-6937

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Defining Toronto's skyline at 553.33m (1,815 ft., 5 in.), Canada's National Tower is an architectural triumph, engineering Wonder and world-renowned dining and entertainment destination. Breathtaking views from Look Out, Glass Floor and Sky Pod, the world's highest glass-fronted elevator featuring glass floor panels, theatre, ride, shopping and award-winning dining at 360 The Restaurant at the CN Tower - it's Toronto's must-see.
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    Truly amazing. We went there for dinner and whatever doubts I had this this was a tourist trap that was all sizzle and no steak were immediately dispelled. The food and the service were first rate, and they have a good kids menu as well. In particular, the Caesar salad was absolutely the best I've ever tasted. Was not cheap by any standard but it was worth it. You must make reservations well in advance as it books up very quickly. Great experience..

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    It's worth the price just to go up! The dinner was excellent and the view is amazing! Try it just before sunset! I ate there back in 2003-2004. I can only imagine it's better now! If you're one of those people who complains about food and drink endlessly just stay home! If you wanna have a blast with friends or family and wanna see for miles, then go for it! You will love the view and the staff and the food! So fun! Be ready to spend a few bucks!

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    One hell of a breath-taking view. The 360 view is probably what everyone expects to enjoy, which is amazing. Though I didn't have a chance to do the skywalk on top of the tower, I had so much fun with my friends, just as a matter of fact being so high :D

    Went there during our school trip.

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    I have yet to visit this restaurant despite living in Toronto most of my life. As a young wife and mother to an immigrant, I spent my youth driving visitors to places such as these. I would drop them off and pick them up after their visit due to the lack of parking in the area or the expense.
    My children have attended events at the CN Tower and have loved it.
    What I am rating is the parking or lack of same. With a place such as this you would think Valet Parking should be available to accommodate their guests. The prices to eat here and the rating...Read More

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    The views!!! Especially at nite. Toronto is a beautiful city. I even chanced it and walked on the glass panels. What a feeling.....

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by Pamela Kullo-Egelton

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I have yet to visit this restaurant despite living in Toronto most of my life. As a young wife and mother to an immigrant, I spent my youth driving visitors to places such as these. I would drop them off and pick them up after their visit due to the lack of parking in the area or the expense.
My children have attended events at the CN Tower and have loved it.
What I am rating is the parking or lack of same. With a place such as this you would think Valet Parking should be available to accommodate their guests. The prices to eat here and the rating the restaurant's food holds makes it reasonable to assume this service would be available.
I am now a Senior with mobility issues. I can afford to go for a meal, have now the time but can't access the restaurant due to the fact I can't walk from the closest parking spot to the building. I would need to pay for parking somewhere downtown and hail a Taxi to drive me to the entrance. This system is cumbersome. Why is there no Valet Parking? Most first rate restaurants provide this service for their patrons?

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